There are many things that we eat or drink that can discolor our teeth. I for one, love my morning travel mug of iced coffee. Unless I’m out walking or running first thing in the morning, iced coffee is my beverage of choice, otherwise its good old-fashioned water for me. Anyway, we all know that coffee can slowly discolor your teeth. So can red wine and red fruit juices. Having bright white teeth says something about you. It says you care about your appearance and that good oral hygiene means something to you. Most likely if you are worried about how white your teeth are and are making an effort to keep your teeth white, you probably have good oral hygiene.
Often to get super white teeth, you have to pay hundreds at a dentist. But there’s a better way! Oralgen brings that experience to the comfort of your own home at a fraction of what it would cost at a dental office. With their NuPearl.32x by ORALGEN you can whiten your teeth at home in just 20 minutes a day!
I started using this system a few weeks ago and I feel like I’ve seen a difference. I usually do this process in the evening when I know I’m not going to be eating again for the rest of the day. I brush my teeth, then apply the NuPearl.32x teeth whitening gel to the custom fit tray on both sides.
Then I place the custom fit tray in my mouth and activate the LED light by hitting the button on the front of the custom-fit tray.
I love that this kit includes a professional shade guide so that I can mark where I started, and see my progress as I go.
This kit also includes a carrying case for the custom-fit tray. When you are finished doing your treatment, you can wash it, by first removing the LED light from the front of the tray, then rinsing it off with water and placing it in the carrying case.
This kit also includes a NuPearl.32x Advanced Whitening Pen that I waited to use until after the first 14 days. I wanted to make sure it didn’t skew my whitening results. I like the pen because of the application tip. This pen is used for quick touch up spots. Maybe you have some trouble spots that the pen would be better for.
Overall I’m very happy with the teeth whitening kit. I think one reason it stands out above others is how easy it is to buy a refill syringe. The custom-fit tray and the LED light can easily be used over and over again as a part of your every day oral hygiene routine.
The refill kits are very affordable! It includes 4 syringes for just $34.95. That’s under $10 a syringe! Doing my 14-day review for this kit, I haven’t even used a whole milliliter of the solution yet! I don’t know if I’m being too frugal with applying it, but I feel like I could use one syringe for over a month! Maybe I’ll start using it twice a day!
This is my first review of the NuPearl.32x kit. I will do another review in another two weeks to showcase my progress after one month. Then I will focus on the teeth whitening pen that was provided.
I also want to mention some allergy information here for those that might have some sensitivities. This particular kit is peroxide free, but they do make kits that use it. They also use peppermint essential oil for flavor and it is gluten-free. This solution is also specially formulated for sensitive teeth and is perfectly safe for your enamel. The solution is also free from Latex, Parabens, Sulfates, Sodium Fluoride and PEG/PPG that can harm teeth or gums.
So check out my before and after picture and tell me if you see it too? I tried to take the picture at the same time of day so that the lighting looks about the same. What is also important to know about this kit is that its designed to lift stains, not cover stains. Covering stains is temporary, but lifting stains, while it may be a longer process, is more permanent.
I think I’ve moved up one shade. Probably from C4 to C3. It’s not an extreme difference, but I definitely see something happening. There’s still plenty of gel left so I’m going to keep doing this and give another update in another two weeks and I’ll use the tooth pen too this time! I’m okay with it being a slower process because at least I know there aren’t any crazy chemicals in the solution that could harm my teeth or gums. So if it takes a month of whitening to move up a couple of shades I’m totally cool with that.
What do you think? Would something like this work for you?
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